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The Newtown Jets were dealt their second successive heavy defeat of the 2009 NSW Cup season when they were comprehensively crushed 56-18 by the Canterbury Bulldogs feeder club, Bankstown City at Henson Park on Saturday. The Bulldogs seconds fielded a team with plenty of NRL experience and showed the Henson Park crowd exactly why they are the early season premiership favourites.
Newtown made a real contest of this match in the first half and led 12-4 after thirty minutes through tries from fullback Jarvan White and juggernaut front-rower Stanley Waqa. Bankstown City stepped up the pace late in the first half and targeted Newtown